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Roll out the puff pastry, depending on brand there may be 1 or 2 sheets.
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Roll out a pack of puff pastry, lay on a baking tray and score a border around the edge. Mash 150g soft goat’s cheese or ricotta with chopped fresh herbs and seasoning, spread on the pastry and.
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On a lightly floured piece of kitchen parchment, roll out the pastry to a 10×16-inch rectangle. Transfer the pastry and the parchment to a baking sheet. Using your fingers, pat the goat cheese onto the pastry, spreading it as evenly as you can and leaving a 1.